HOMO-CENTRIC UNIVERSE: DONUT EARTH

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zorbakim

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Re: HOMOCENTRIC UNIVERSE: DONUT EARTH (LIVE ON Amazon)
« Reply #120 on: November 22, 2019, 01:52:42 AM »
The waves close to me look bigger.
Yes, closer things look bigger.
That is entirely in line with what modern understanding indicates.

Visual size is determined by light pressure.
Define what you mean by light pressure.
I would assume it relates to the intensity of the light, but that isn't what determines visual size.
Bright objects and dim objects can have the same visual size.

Visual size is determined by the angular difference between the incoming rays of light.

Waves rising near the eye level and a lot of water vapor make it more.
So far away objects are covered by the horizon.
That only applies when your eyes are close to the level of the waves.
It does not work in general.

Light has no size. Just dim or bright.
It's a bowl like a headlight that has size.
I never said it did.
I said the objects have a visual size.

Now care to respond to what I said?
Yes, you said
"Visual size is determined by the angular difference between the incoming rays of light."

But the incoming rays of light is just geometry.
Have you ever seen rays of light coming in through your eyes?
The essence of light is the wave.
Geometry is just interpretation.
Therefore, the size of things must also be found in the characteristics of waves.
The conceptual earth is round, but the sensory earth is flat.

Re: HOMOCENTRIC UNIVERSE: DONUT EARTH (LIVE ON Amazon)
« Reply #121 on: November 22, 2019, 12:51:05 PM »
Yes, you said
"Visual size is determined by the angular difference between the incoming rays of light."
Notice the difference?
Visual size, not the size of light.
They are quite different.

But the incoming rays of light is just geometry.
Yes, it is just geometry which determines how large an angle that object subtends and thus its visual size.

It is also what determines the direction to an object.
And the 2 are fundamentally related.
If the object is in a particular direction, you look in that direction to see it (or more technically if the rays of light are coming from a particular direction, you look in that direction).
If the bottom and top of the object are in slightly different directions, then you look in slightly different directions to see it, and that difference is its angular size.

This is what actually makes sense.
The visual size of an object is dependent upon the difference in direction to the various parts of it.
If there is a small difference in direction, the object has a small visual size. If there is a large difference in direction the object has a large visual size.

The only limitations to this are when it becomes too small to resolve due to the diffraction of light as it enters your eyes, at which point it will appear as an unresolved point, or when there is very significant glare, but the angular size when you remove the glare (such as by using a filter) remains as it should be.

The brightness of an object (or another such nonsense) has no effect on the visual size (other than due to glare). An easy way to confirm this is right in front of your.
Turn off your monitor and look at it.
Then turn it on with a white image.
The visual remains the same.
The amount of light coming from the screen has no effect.

The essence of light is the wave.
So you reject the wave particle duality of light?
The designers of solar panels, LEDs and so much more would very strongly disagree with you.

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zorbakim

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Re: HOMOCENTRIC UNIVERSE: DONUT EARTH (LIVE ON Amazon)
« Reply #122 on: November 28, 2019, 02:37:53 AM »
Yes, you said
"Visual size is determined by the angular difference between the incoming rays of light."
The essence of light is the wave.
So you reject the wave particle duality of light?
The designers of solar panels, LEDs and so much more would very strongly disagree with you.

Wave is the essence of light and particle is phenomenon of light.
By the way, let's say another reason why the Earth is flat.

No curvature has ever been found in a survey conducted in Earth's space.
According to modern science, universal space is also flat.
In other words, the space surrounding the Earth is all flat without curvature.

It is a contradiction that the earth is round in a flat space.
If the earth is round, the space surrounding it should also be round.
Therefore, the Earth is flat.
The conceptual earth is round, but the sensory earth is flat.

Re: HOMOCENTRIC UNIVERSE: DONUT EARTH (LIVE ON Amazon)
« Reply #123 on: November 28, 2019, 03:25:58 AM »
Wave is the essence of light and particle is phenomenon of light.
No, the essence of light is that it is a particle, which due the nature of all particles, has wave properties as well.


By the way, let's say another reason why the Earth is flat.
Why not stay on the current topic?
Again, it is basic geometry which determines the apparent size of any resolved object.
For example, if the top of the object has an angle of elevation of 10 degrees, and the bottom is -1 degrees, then the visual size is 11 degrees.
This has nothing to do with the intensity of the light or its "pressure".

No curvature has ever been found in a survey conducted in Earth's space.
You mean space. No need to appeal to Earth. But so what?
That just means that space is Euclidean, i.e. parallel lines remaining parallel.
That means nothing at all about the shape of Earth.

Go and get a ball, like a basketball and then see if you can find any evidence of the curvature of space around the ball. You wont.
However, what has been found is curvature of space time, and of the surface of Earth.